Qatar Airways Cargo adds two Chinese destinations to its network
The Qatari airline’s cargo division continues to strengthen its presence in the Chinese market with the addition of two new destinations: Chengdu and Chongqing. Since September 23, the Qatari carrier has been operating three rotations per week from its Doha-Hamad hub using its Airbus A330-300s.
The creation of these two new routes will allow the Qatari operator to transport 2,700 tonnes of freight each week to mainland China.
China, experiencing one of the fastest growing economies in the world, has become a crucial market for global trade, and Qatar Airways Cargo is strategically positioning itself to capitalize on the opportunities it offers.
Chengdu, capital of Sichuan province, and Chongqing, a large city in western China, are both important economic centers known for their manufacturing and technology industries. The addition of these cities to Qatar Airways Cargo’s network opens new avenues for global trade and provides businesses in these regions with seamless access to international markets.
The flights will be operated by an Airbus A330-300, a reliable and efficient aircraft that allows QA Cargo to transport a wide range of cargo, including perishables, pharmaceuticals and general cargo. With three weekly flights to both Chinese airports CTU and CKG, the airline is well equipped to meet the growing demand for air cargo services in the region.
The new routes also provide valuable opportunities for businesses in Chengdu and Chongqing to connect with global markets. Better access to trade routes and efficient transportation solutions can help grow local industries and provide a boost to the economies of these regions.